CNN: Governments that have committed to reducing emissions are preemptively trying to send a firm message: This bolsters, not undermines, the case for investing in a broader mix of energy sources. "It's very clear that with energy in the long term, it is important to invest in renewables," European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said Wednesday. "That gives us stable prices and more independence, because 90% of the gas is imported to the European Union."
Morano: "Well, watch out, this is the way you get things done you remove all dissent you remove anyone who opposes you you silence all the opposition completely silence it. And then suddenly you have a green light to do whatever you want, which in this case is going to be massive administrative unelected bureaucracies taking over. And by the way: Future Presidents -- it's gonna be very hard to undo this once EPA regulates this and they get all this into the system and industry has to deal with crazy regulations written by academics, but the other thing is the academics they've left on are recipients of government grants. So you can imagine, they're going to go along with government regulation because they're getting paid, in many cases, one of the ladies who had this got $65 million in federal grants, and she's painting because they liked her opinions and she's going to rubber-stamp everything. Biden DPA wants to do."
Morano: “I get flack from some of my own followers — I started to openly question whether defunding the police when their heavy-handed tactics, like what we're seeing in Australia or Canada, or parts of the US where they're shutting down people either without a mask, or violating lockdown rules — I don't want to see our police following these orders.
Paul Homewood: "It is absolutely clear that the number of strong tornadoes has declined since the 1970s. Alarmingly, however, this page has been 'disappeared', and the link now comes up with this:
Fortunately Wayback still has a copy of the original web page, and I also have it on file. It is blindingly apparent that NOAA found their original assessment far too inconvenient, something that should be kept out of the public domain at all cost."
Climate chauses wind speeds to decrease...Except when climate change causes wind speeds to increase...
Claim: Atmosphere expert Professor Paul Williams, of the University of Reading, told the Financial Times that winds have ‘generally weakened over land over the past few decades’. He said one explanation for plummeting wind speeds could be ‘human-related climate change’, that would see poles warming ‘faster than tropics in lower atmosphere’ areas. Prof Williams said: ‘This would have the effect of weakening the mid-latitude north-south temperature difference and consequently reducing the thermal wind at low altitudes.’